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UK vow to help in Nepal aftermath

Prime Minister David Cameron says the UK will do all it can to help following the earthquake in Nepal

Prime Minister David Cameron has said the UK will do all it can to help in the aftermath on the Nepal earthquake, which has claimed more than 900 lives.

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Ex-soldier faces 1974 case charge

A 73-year-old former soldier has been charged in connection with the death of John Pat Cunningham more than 40 years ago (Pat Finucane Centre/PA)

A 73-year-old former soldier has appeared in court in Northern Ireland charged with the attempted murder of a man with learning difficulties over 40 years ago.

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Canal soldiers died after collision

Lance Corporal David Ramsden was driving the armoured vehicle which crashed into a canal in Afghanistan

A British armoured vehicle rolled into a canal in Afghanistan - killing four of its occupants - after colliding with a parked Afghan National Police car at up to 40mph, an inquest heard.

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Baby Joshua death - no prosecution

Joshua Titcombe, from Dalton-in-Furness, Cumbria, died nine days after he was born at Furness General in 2008

No prosecution will take place into the death of a baby that sparked a campaign which led to a damning independent report into care at a maternity unit.

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PM hails efforts on migrant crisis

David Cameron says Britain will help migrant rescue efforts, but a 'comprehensive' solution is needed

David Cameron stressed the need to "hunt down the traffickers who prey on human misery" as he hailed an emerging agreement among European leaders over the Mediterranean migrant crisis.

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Targets 'undermining patient care'

Some hospitals are manipulating data to meet NHS targets, a report says

Efforts to improve standards of patient care in the NHS are being undermined by performance measures that encourage the manipulation of data, a report has claimed.

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Call over 'antibiotic Armageddon'

More than a million people could die across Europe by 2025 due to an "antibiotic Armageddon", experts say

An "antibiotic Armageddon" could result in a superbug death toll of more than a million across Europe by 2025, experts have warned.

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30,000 migrants 'may drown' in 2015

A migrant holding a child receives first aid in Sicily (AP)

As many as 30,000 migrants could be killed attempting to cross the Mediterranean this year unless the crisis is brought under control, analysts have warned.

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